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The New York Knicks are a National Basketball Association (NBA) team that plays games at Madison Square Garden in Midtown, Manhattan. The stadium is considered a mecca for sports lovers and seats 19,763 rabid hoops fans. Originally founded in 1946 as the... ... read more

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New York Knicks Season Highlights 2012-2013
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New York Knicks Season Highlights 2012-2013 9,726 views
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New York Knicks

The New York Knicks are a National Basketball Association (NBA) team that plays games at Madison Square Garden in Midtown, Manhattan. The stadium is considered a mecca for sports lovers and seats 19,763 rabid hoops fans. Originally founded in 1946 as the New York Knickerbockers, the Knicks currently play in the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference. Knicks games are always entertaining affairs as the team typically fields a competitive squad and the stands are usually filled with celebrities and pro athletes from the city’s other teams. The Knicks are a storied franchise and have won multiple Eastern Conference Championships and NBA Finals. Famous Knicks include Willis Reed, Earl Monroe, Bill Bradley, Patrick Ewing, and Carmelo Anthony. Knicks tickets are typically some of the most expensive in the league, and when the team is winning, are extremely hard to come by.

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Chris J. Apr 22, 2013
After many years of being a laughingstock of the NBA, the New York Knicks finally have a strong presence in the league. In this 2012-2013 season, they've managed to make a powerful statement to the nation, finishing 2nd in the Eastern Conference. Carmelo Anthony, the team's superstar leader, had a spectacular season, averaging an astounding 28.7 points per game, which won him the regular season scoring title. Head Coach Mike Woodson led the team to its winningest record in over a decade and is being considered for the Coach of the Year award after being named Coach of the Month for April. J.R. Smith, the team's second best scorer, has had an unbelievable season, complementing Anthony when on the court together, and stepping up whenever the team found itself playing without its top dog. Smith is a contender for the sixth man award this season. And then there is every single other player on the team. The Knicks have become a powerful combination of very different players with very different skill sets. It has been an extremely exciting season watching the team's success unfold as a result of strong leadership and great chemistry. Their run, however, is most certainly not yet over. This post-season will be the true test to see whether or not this team has finally achieved the Championship Contender status that New Yorkers have been longing for. Let's Go, Knicks!
Chris J. Apr 22, 2013
After many years of being a laughingstock of the NBA, the New York Knicks finally have a strong presence in the league. In this 2012-2013 season, they've managed to make a powerful statement to the nation, finishing 2nd in the Eastern Conference. Carmelo Anthony, the team's superstar leader, had a spectacular season, averaging an astounding 28.7 points per game, which won him the regular season scoring title. Head Coach Mike Woodson led the team to its winningest record in over a decade and is being considered for the Coach of the Year award after being named Coach of the Month for April. J.R. Smith, the team's second best scorer, has had an unbelievable season, complimenting Anthony when on the court together, and stepping up whenever the team found itself playing without its top dog. Smith is a contender for the sixth man award this season. And then there is every single other player on the team. The Knicks have become a powerful combination of very different players with very different skill sets. It has been an extremely exciting season watching the team's success unfold as a result of strong leadership and great chemistry. Their run, however, is most certainly not yet over. This post-season will be the true test to see whether or not this team has finally achieved the Championship Contender status that New Yorkers have been longing for. Let's Go, Knicks!
Samuel H. Oct 31, 2012
The Knicks is one of the NBA's most profitable teams, despite being relatively horrible the past 10 years. But with the Stoudemire and 'Melo trades there is a glimmer of hope. However, right now it is only a glimmer as the Knicks have a lot of work to do before becoming a Championship team. They unquestionably have the talent, but right now they need to find the right pieces to make their team mesh and produce as it should.
Sam A. Sep 8, 2012
The New York Knicks play in the biggest market in the world and the team sucks consistently? Why is that? The players, the coaches and the management all suck. Carmello Anthony isn't the guy. He simply is not going to take this team anywhere. Once the Knicks come to terms with that then perhaps they can start moving in the right direction. Dolan really showed up Linsanity. Dolan got played and then pouted. Now he's stuck with Carmello, Amare Stoudamire (the clown who punches glass during a playoff game) and Jason Kidd (an old, tired and DUI prone non-star). Tough squad for New York to place its hopes. Good luck this season.
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